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Performer: Nigel Richards
Title: Futurematic
Style: House, Techno, Electro
Year 2002
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 733
MP3 size: 1868 mb
FLAC size: 1291 mb
WMA size: 1663 mb
Other formats: MP2 XM AUD WMA ADX APE AC3

Nigel Richards - Futurematic mp3 album

Nigel Richards - Futurematic mp3 album

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Aphrohead Kazoo
2 The Juan Maclean You Can't Have It Both Ways (Live)
3 Catnip Romance Is The Panter
4 Madame Buddafly Dirty (Nigel Richards Sexed Up Version)
Remix – Nigel Richards
5 Jay Tripwire Smoothin' It Out
6 Sausage Kings Of Chicago West End (Bitches Dub)
7 Wink* Superfreak (Freak)
8 Mr. G G's Strings
9 Kotai The Hearing/The Call
10 Akodama Slightly Forward
11 Nigel Richards After The Soma
12 David Alvarado Polygons
13 Nigel Richards The Window
14 Binge & Purge Wait, It's Fantastic
15 Vitalic You Prefer Cocaine
16 M.E.N.S. What Do You Do?
17 Demon vs. Heartbreaker You Are My High (Vitalic Remix)
Remix – Vitalic
18 LCD Soundsystem Beat Connection (Extended Disco Dub)

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – System Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – System Recordings
  • Manufactured By – The Greenwich Music Group
  • Marketed By – The Greenwich Music Group
  • Distributed By – The Greenwich Music Group


  • DJ Mix – Nigel Richards


Release is packaged in a cardstock slipcase cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 20997 60062 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 820997600621
  • Matrix / Runout: SER6006
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L044
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1633 1-1-1
Nigel's smooth layering of beats and ability to cross genres is evident in this mix CD. Starting off with Aphrohead's "Kazoo," a super-charged electro stomper that immediately grabs your attention, he comes full circle to the end track, "Beat Connection" which also storms away. This mix always left me wanting to start from the beginning once the last track played. Once again, Nigel shows up as both a talented DJ and producer, interweaving several of his own songs into the mix. The tracks are appropriately played, some played out fully to appreciate their entirety, while others used as short bridges to the next. This mix appeals more to the masses than previous mixtape releases (which I personally prefer because of the hard techno, tribal beats, and the older more robotic electro). However, I was quite addicted to this CD when it came out because it was different, and captured more of the techno-wave/house/electro sound that Nigel was evolving towards in 2002.